Saturday, 25 June 2011

NeoVictorian Steampunk Splendor from Poisongarden



Woo It's Saturday! Hi all! Hope your weekend is going well :) Mine has been rather wet so far but hey, my garden is happy and I don't have to run about with the hose (score!). So more time to catch up with a few things :) I am featuring this awesome gothic inspired jewelry from a collaboration of artists in the shop known as Poisongarden today! Enjoy!


So here are the lovely workings of Melissa, Crystal, and Suzette!

BESTeam Mosaic
All items are clickable and will take you directly to poisongarden's listings...

Melissa, Crystal, and Suzette from Lafayette, IN USA all have a shared interest and passion in the more edgy side of the romantic genre, which reflects so beautifully in their handmade/vintage jewelry and accessories. I love the fact that they also bring new life to vintage pieces, making the old into something to be rediscovered as something fresh!
Their shop consists of gorgeous NeoVictorian/Victorian, Steampunk and Gothic inspired pieces from handstitched ribbon and beaded jewelry to hats and other cool things to adorn in your hair. I am peronally absolutely in love with their ribbon chokers and the gothic skeleton key necklace set. How awesome would they look with a beautiful corset?! Their work is unique, and whimiscal making your purchase extra special be it for yourself or for gifting someone you care about :) If you are interested in custom work then they are happy to take on board your preferences! Just get in touch with them in their store!
Being a part of the BESTeam they also take part in featuring other members of our fab team so don't forget to checkout their blog where you can also find more about them and a great portfolio page full of what they do :)


http://www.etsy.com/shop/poisongarden
Blog - http://poison-garden.blogspot.com/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/PoisonGarden/123138724371600
http://www.twitter.com/poisonousgarden

For those of you with a passion for handmade, and you have a blog that is in need of a consistant weekly post to drive your traffic and help fellow artisans by doing the same. Come and join the BESTeam!

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